Bascom N. Timmons
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|Bascom Nolley Timmons|
|Born||March 31, 1890
Collin County, Texas, USA
|Died||June 8, 1987 (aged 97)
Advisor to Calvin Coolidge and Franklin D. Roosevelt
Bascom Nolley Timmons (March 31, 1890 - June 8, 1987) was an American newspaperman based in Washington, D.C., in a career that spanned all or parts of six decades. He was an advisor to U.S. Presidents Calvin Coolidge and Franklin D. Roosevelt, who had been competing opposite party candidates for Vice President of the United States in 1920.
Timmons died at his home in Washington of pneumonia at the age of ninety-seven.
- Garner of Texas : A Personal History (New York : Harper, 1948)
- Portrait of an American : Charles G. Dawes (New York : Holt, 1953)
- Jesse H. Jones : The Man and the Statesman (New York : Holt, 1956)